Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)

 - Class of 1937

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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1937 volume:

BPI I SENIQR CLASS STONINCJTON HIGH SCI-IOSL NIONIXQ TON LUXNH TICI I L Lv 1 , Y X 1 III 'IRLIXHI I1 IW' 'I HI- 1 N 1 N QU .'.II ,', I .IIIQI in I.Ir-V114 I 14 4 - Ilniwrr Il1II1:n.'mI IRUNIIICNN Ninn gn --ff I,I-Iwwmi Ifwi- Iwuxltx .-X.Ix'z I Nix N, .1 . F-11M H1II. NIV Urmxxx'-vld ' Z 'u IM Imvxrxm . X- Page 2 B ll I' I N We the Class of 1937 dedicate thxs ymrboole to Miss Grace Carlson our class aelxrser vsho h1s proxed 1 brrlllant teacher and endeared herself as 1 true frnenel Her encouragement and her help hue won the respeet mel ndmmtron of the enture student body DEDICATION BIQI IN Pure? FOREWQRD TI-II PACISTHA1 IOLLOXY ARI III I I D XXIIH IHI IIII AWD 'IHI PIRSONAIVIH OI bIONIINC 'ION HICH bf HUOI 'IHLY MIRROR IHI IOHS AND SORROXVS XYXHIC H I-IAVI OC CURRI D DURINC 'IHI HUPI IIIAI IHI Ml XIORIIS IOUNID XVIIHIN IHIS HOUR. XVIII CROXXI XIORI PRICIOI S XWIIH IHI PASSINC OI H I ARS -WI '22'I'-" YEARS OI" THIZ CLASS Ulf 1937. XVII SINCQIZRIZLY Pa1.e4 BIQI IN N 11411 LN X 1 Xmmt l C ONThN TH ...Cy , V jf' V 5 . . I V A ,F I 5 3 1 I U Q i g 1 . , . ,- . . 1 2 , . V Q M111111 C law Uff1:1'1'x . 1 I 1 1 Y S .ww C.11'N . . . Cfl11,wxH1xlm3 . , V lXf11wPwj'fuy1m , . Q , 11.111 V11 . A . ff111MX!11lL . , , j n :X.'111111u , . . 5 Q1 1 . . . i b L'7llNL'7llnYlIN . . f 5 ' i BRUIN Page5 MRS LUNA A COLVER Thus years mcommg Freshmen were rn deed fortunate to have Mrs Luna A Colver as thelr prrncnpal Her years of tramrng as a teacher and her hugh standards have aroused rn the Freshmen a sense of responsrbrlrty We are sure they wrll be better people because of her rnfluence and guidance MR IRA E CREELMAN It was both a pleasure and a prnrlege for the class of 1237 to haxe as their guide and counselor Prrncnpal Ira E Creelman In the Mr Creelman as a sincere frrend who always kept each students welfare at heart We recogmze Mr Creelman as an admmrstrator of unquestlonable abrlrty V . I e v. .' ' years to come the class will long remember Page 6 DOROTHY AVERX xuLNcE Au EHRA 1 GRACE CARLSO um 1 ml HELEN N CHESEBRO LATIN ENGLISH CIN ICS MARX K COGAL com4uacxAL KIILHXLI L LRUNIN Munn suunh lilil IN XRD R HEI ISLI: HLRN MDLSTRIAL ART XRONN DLR 104 Pll TABOR XX l xu.1nuur1Ls 1 ALLEN LROL CH L Q msrmn CLORC E I FOI FX JR ENR LISH MRS XX Il L15 C ODDKRD Xu su ww .1 Wi EX Ex I H L URDUN in Ju r THE FACULTY BRI IN Page I EDXK ARD M 1 RISXX OI D ulrulnxcv ANN JOHNSON COMMERCIAL .IOSEPHIN E A LOMIIARDO LOMMFRCIAL JOSEPH T NLANNINL, INDUSTRIAL uvrs if MARY NI HL LLANEY LOKIMERLLAL i 413 JAMES F HANLH SLIENCE Asuur msronx 4. 'fx DOROTIIN XI HII L Lv l ls!! MARY A NANIA FRENLH ANTHONY A PUPILLO sxcusu science BI: KTRICE SILVERSTEIN I:NL1Ll5H LIN ICS LATIN FRANK A I ARGAS COSINIHICIAL THE FACULTY v v , . . 1 f N ' fl - Y' E X I 4 .v ,.,. E- :ix , Q . I I .A ,A. - . h W A I V N. I . v. NX I Q P ' M " 'H , 345 1, I-7f'F - , 15. VA I. P21208 BRl'IN AROUND THE CAMPUS 91179 fffe Towe, r lj! 5 The Ll ffl! M4 er' omtlel- romfhe S I , ffl an 13 s, I fora-S0 fu I, S The CAM: L, flue se., 7 ,f ' W f ,,H ' ff' 1 -ffarywnziow f Choo YI-J BRUIN I-'Tl'-I IST' WING O 1x WE FINISH TO BEGIN xl:-17 I , I I Li.-I c+ " NI Page1O BIQVIN CLASS CFFICERS L ppm JAMILS EMILIO PAWCA1 I Ck mm 111111111 eff fg111!1g 11n11r'1blc Mention 1. Cass rcsfdci . 1. Cl-iss Rcprcscntativc - 5, 4, Student Cuuicil, -1. Traffic Squad, Y. uniur Prom CllIllll1:IIL'C. Clmiriimri Senior Prom Ciunmittrc. Fuutlmill, l, 2, ', C1 -C,1pt'1in, -1. Athletic Assuci-1ti11i1 lum- llICL'....f.'. A011 I' i ,-, 1 ,. ,... Grclgg. Clulw. 3. Track, -. Jllvlff CilfORC'lf C Alx S'l'ONINCi'l'ON .I ' . llf ffl' .V 11--l r'1 1-nt. . -. '. 1. . .iw Rqm-W .A nf. . -.'i. . . 1 cn 111111 ' , 1. 'l'1'.1 Ac Q 11111. I.. 11' 1 illlll cf. Sf 11 111 11111111 uc. liw .1 . N1 . .-. '. - .. 1.1 .. 13g'f .-, l. .11 s. .-. Skll'llLL . l. L 1 IRENEJ TRAGGIS PANX CATL Ck em' r lr 14141 H1m11r11blc Mcntinn 2, 5. Clam Secretary. -. T, 1. C'ss cscntntivc, -, 1, Stu cn lUl1Cll 2. , -1, Sccrct.1r' -md Trcgsu cr. 1 . uninr Prum Committee. Senior Prom Cummit- H. iiurus. , ... -. ', , 2. Riu Club, '. V. .1111 1' Club. . -. Am111i.1u illll I' X c.1l'l'11111l: Stal . Rzilir: HAZEI. C LOVER STK DX l NCTC JN " '1 1 , . 11111. 11I11fR . .... K. .. '. -C1 M uuurnr. - , lass 1- l'L'NCl .1 -. -. - . Mr. '- " Squ.11l, l. -. 1111 . 1l " c. 5. -1 111 r l fl in cilllllllllflff. 51-111111 Pmm CQ1u11mittcc. Su -.1ry Atlilctic Aw. 111.1ti1111 .111i1i11.ttL-La -. .11 - s, . Q1 - 'xc .tx .-. Cir-jg .l li. '. ' llllllg C. iw. . lc '. f . . BRLIN Page ll SENECA ALLYN MYSTIC My dmv uhere HAI E 'mu Peer: Class Representatne 3 junror Prom Commrttee Baseball F otb.1ll l 7 4 Biology u Chorus I 7 s 4 Greg. Club Operetta I 7 Scrence Club 3 CHARLES ANDREWS STONIXNGTOIN Tye um! pm: es In ,uint unror Prom Commlttu. Stmor Prom Commrttee Baseball 5 Chorus 7 DAVID AUSTIN MYSTIC For bmdy rprulf or mnleul bod C rss Presrdent I 7 3 C ass Representatnc 2 7s 4 Student Councrl l 7 VrcePrcs1tlent s Presrdent 4 Senxor Prom Com mx tu B seball 7 3 Foot .1ll 7 s CoC1pta1n 4 Chorus S I Operetta 7 Tr tun 3 ELLSWORTH AVFRY MYSTIC All null! be lun :nl lu The Bee Chorus l French Club Gregg, Club s Orchestra 1 7 PRISCILI A BABCOCK PAVUCATLCR ll e Zlfllldtf fmu abe dum Il orus 1 4 Knxttm Club 2 5 I.II.I.IAN BABONAS STOYINGTOW Wh, men pre er Honda Honor Roll 1 4 Honorable Mention 2 3 Class Representa tive 2 3 4 Senlor Prom Com mrttee Brology Club 4 Chorus 1 Director Competrtne Plays I V1ccPresrdent Gregg Club 5 Operetta 1 I- RANCIS BA LESTRACCI MYSTIC Hou be sumgl llml ba! eball 1 3 Capt Blsllllgy Club 7 Chorus 1 Gregg., Club 5 DAVID BIRCHELL PAWCATUCK The arnzer nz lhe dell othlll I Chorus LILLIAN BIRCHELL PAWCATLCK Llllle bu! lo the purpuxe Gregg, Club s Pagc12 BRUIN FREDERICK BOWEN PAWCATUCK Trigonometry maj be play io ou bu! 11 5 the dealh o me Honorable Mentron 2 3 Cross Country 2 3 French Club 3 r 2 3 4 ROBERT BRANNEGAN MYSTIC I you jump uzlla him you re lure Io lore Class Representatnve 1 2 3 4 Student Councnl 1 2 3 4 Brown and Whnte 3 jumor Prom Com mrttee Semor Prom Commxttee Baseball l 2 Football 2 4 Ath letrc Assocxatnon Committee 1 2 Chorus 1 7 Competutrve Plays 1 Operetta 2 Track 2 MARGARET BRENNAN PAWCATUCK Free speech um made or her Honorable Mentnon 1 4 Cho r 1 2 3 4 Gregg Club 3 DOROTHY BROWN PAVUCATL CK She uperlall e ln ullenre Chorus 1 7 3 Gregg Club MARJORIE CADDO STONINGTON The lady pfotertr too much ue ilamk Bxology Club 3 Chorus 1 Z 3 Gregg Club 3 Kmrtmg Club 2 Operetta 2 Rndmg Club 3 Scrence Club 3 CLARENCE CALKINS MYSTIC Sound the bugle Ibe rbare If on Football 3 Chorus 1 3 Gregg Cu 3 Track 2 3 4 CHARLES CAWLEY PAWCATUCK L1 e II real 11 e I5 earner! but not or me Cross Country 2 3 4 Chorus 2 Orchestra I 2 3 Tr GERARD CHABOT PAWCATUCK J a good ella Honorable Mentxon 3 Chorus Gregg Club 3 Soccer DOROTHEA CHAMPLIN PANVCATL CK ll' lib line language o .1 rear Trarhc Squad 7 Chorus l Compctnne Plays 7 Gregg Club ISRLIN Page I3 ARDELI. CHAPMAN PAVUCATI C K Deming md I Honor Roll -1 Honorxble Men Iron 1 7 s 4 Commcrcral ub ompctmw Plays 7 Grcgg., Clu 3 Kn1tt1ng.,Cluh VIRGINIA CHRISTENO PAWCATL CK T nou ber uell ll to 1 e lie: lfetlev Honor Roll 7 S 4 Honorable Mention I Chorus 1 BooklCccp Ing., Club 3 French Club GMM, Club 3 Olhce Pract ce 4 btcn ogmph C Dlvrsron Yelrbook LYDIA CLACHRII. PAXJCATLCIC 1 :lm 1 b e 111861 Illllllc' Boolxlxcnpxng., C lub 5 STUART CLARK MYSTIC H1 bmdj are fepelr Ibe zmrzlng uml ootbgll Opere 1 Booklceepmg Club 5 MARIORIE COAN PAWCATUCR She- 1 pilgrim on lbe pub f els! fe 1 llme Bxology Club 7 Chorus 1 7 3 Gregg Club 3 Kmmng Club 7 Operctm 7 Bookkeeprng Club 75 in EDNA COMFAU MY5T IC 7 6 3 ff It Im I ibut fel men irmu LI? C my Club 5 C 1 us French Club w Gregg. Club Ismttrng, Club 7 Opcrctta 5 BCJUICICCCPIIII., Club 7 a MARY COSTA SFI OINIINGTON II by 1115 lib!!! lbere IJ nolblng If 113 Commcrc .xl Club PAXWC ATL C K lm mes L41 me fa mdfe lr nnorlhle Ikicntxon I Broun .IIILI Xwlntc 5 Business IN nag:-r I Chorus l 1 I n mnrcxll Club 7 French Club 5 Gregg, Club boccer l JOHN DANAHEY STONINGTOIN I HH me Cbplillfl Class Rc-presentatxwc 7 umor Prom Commnttcc benror Prom Commrttce Bascblll 1 Cross ountrx 1 F otblll 1 Ban 1 7 Brolohy Club I Chu Gregg C r C cstra Trlclx 3 4 V v ' I J Uflf. 2,1.C A .. ' h, ,. ' l ' Q .2. 5 A ' r 1 1 ' ' A ICJ' ' rllr. 3 ' lsiflw A IIIll'.',1i.'l. , . , '. X -" Q , 5. uf I -I ' If My I 3 ' Z7 I 1 rv ,D - , ' , , - v . y v Ill' ll ru up Jin .I t Chorus, I. Grsgg Club. 5. JAMES CRQWLIZY 'rt Q I1 il I rf ' . l. . I H1 a ' l , , 2.13, -I, ' 4 L. ' Il1f'.'- ' .7.Cu- , " .IR ' . . I F ' . 2, 5. rr, 2. I A . I V ,V 1 .., I - L, , l jul . " "' 5 A-f-1 ' l C j, -. o 1' ,I ,l2, 5, 4. ' ' V f d, ,-. ' " , . - rus, I, 2. lub, 5. O- l- I 'Q ff h I , 2. A ', ,. . 1. ' 1.1. ' . 6 Page 14 BRI IN RAYMOND DAVIS STONINGTON Many great men uefe fby Chorus 1 Gregg Club 3 Book kecpmg Club 2 ESTHER DAWLEY PAWCATUCK All tba! I arf If a patient ear Honor Roll 3 Honorable Men tron 4 Brown and Whnte Typlst 4 Indoor Baseball 1 Basketball 1 Volley Ball 1 Chorus 1 2 Competntrve Plays 2 Gregg Club 3 Bookkeepmg Club 2 3 Dra matnc Club 1 2 'IOSEPHINE DE GANGE PAWCATUCK Can one defne loo murb 0 a good flung f xnor Roll 1 2 3 4 C Representatlve 2 Chorus 1 4 French Club 3 Gregg Club 3 Bookkeeping Club 2 3 Ste r graphrc Drvrsron Yearbook VERNA DE PERRY PAWCATUCK Het mlfe ll lu 1 ber rep 1 ltglvt Honor Roll 1 Honorable Men n 7 3 TIAHIC Squad 3 Brown and Wl1nte 3 1 Chorus 1 Competltnc Plays 7 French Club 3 Gregg Club 3 Office Practnce 1 Riding Club 3 Drl ma nc Club I ANGELINE DIPOLLINA PAWCATL CK I If porftble that only one mn make rn muflo none' Cheer Leader 4 Chorus 1 2 4 Gregg Club 3 Operetta 2 MARY DUNHAM STONINGTON It r nlre to be naim tl uhen you fe natufally n re Honorable Mention 2 4 Cho ru 1 2 3 Commercial Club 4 Gregg Club 5 Operetta HORACE DURFEE PAWCATUCK A good bead and I71d1l.fl?l0llI hand afe uoztla gold In any land KATHERINE FRANKEN PAWCATUCK Il' hat a dtjerenre four year r make Honor Roll 1 2 4 Chorus 1 4 Gregg Club 3 Kmttmg Club 1 Of6cePr1ct1ce 4 Book keeplng Club 3 DOROTHY GADOMSKY MYSTIC The bllflilflf man Ideal Honorable Mentnon 1 3 Ch 1. Gregg Club. .. Othce Practice 4. Bookkeeping Club. 3. BRUIN Page 15 SOPHIE GARELOW PAW CATL CK Aluajf In fuck good humor Honorable Mentxon 2 3 Cho rus 1 I Frcnch Club s Gregg, Clu 3 JANF GII BFRT MYSTIC Look nn! 11 llc Ubuerze me Cl.1ssRepresent.1t1ve 7 5 'lraf fxc Squad Scmor Prom Com ILL Chorus l 2 4 Gr Club 3 Opcrcttn 3 Bookkeep mg Club 5 RICHARD GILLIIN MYSTIC Surb quu 1 bmnm Honor Roll 3 Honomble Men t n I Chorus I Gregg Club 3 Art Fdntor Yelrboolt IIUNICF GLEDHILL MYSTIC W nb all bl full: I lure IJIIVI full Chorus I 7 s Gregg, Club a Othce Puctxcc 4 VIRGINIA GI EY MX STIC A pretty 2111 like .1 nzeludp Class Representatne 1 7 3 jumor Prom Commlttee Sensor Prom Committee Chorus 1 4 Grebg Club 5 mp., JOSEPH GRILLS PAWCATLICK H1 by nord Wing Hrnor Rall 5 I Baseball 2 Chorus 1 Competxtnve Plays 2 French Club 3 I Photog.,raph1c Fclltor Yearboolx JAMFS HIIIPT MYSTIC I 1 ule nr no In my young ll e' Tmthc Squad 5 I Football 4 Chorus 5 4 Gre Cu 3 Track 7 3 4 ROBERT HOLLY MYSTIC Y luring ll zpunful thrzll Footblll 3 I Urology Club 2 orus 7 R FRANK ITALIANO PAWCATUCK Rarely wen nezef beard Honor Roll l 7 3 Honorable Mentxon 4 French Club 3 Page 16 If R I, I N JAMES JEEI' RY PAVUCATL CK H .nz old roulmrzd Hunorlhlc Mcntmn I Chorus KATHERINE KENDZIA PAWCATUCK They .1110 meme ulm only I md ual! Chorus 1 3 Cummnrcnl Club 3 Grcbg, Club 3 ANSELMO B KING STONINGTON The mum lb 11 uuzl mznzd ,md mlnzd llll unuel uni bin urue l 7 I Op BERNARD KNIGHT PAWCATL Ch :need 1 u urua 1 MARION LEONARD PAVUCATL CIx He: bw 1 Irie J redgod flflvul Clnrus l Compct tlvc Plays I I ONARD LI WIS STONINGTON L ul 1 mm n lm mul 11,11 un mn If 171 bn mul Ilu ur Roll 1 Humurx e en n Imvyn 1mlNVh1te 1 Cumpetxtne Phys I Op e ttx 2 5 Orcheytrx 5 bcrence Club 7: Busmeei M.1nag,cr Year bunk ANGFI INE I IDESTRI PAXJC ATL'CIx A mil: nz bu me C orus 1 4 Competxtn .1 7 Gregg, Club 5 Operct 7 Drlm xt C Club l ROSARIO LOMBARDO PAVTATL CK lfzezu A611611 1111011112 rbfdy zzzlb u n 7 ,ul mor Roll 1 4 Cr Country 3 4 Band 7 3 4 m pctltnc Phys 7 French Club 1 chctrx 1 Tr Assrat mt M m u, r a M.1n1f.,er 1 Asx sunt Busxmss Illanlgcr Year hlNIIx I RANC Ib LO PRISTO PAXVC AT UC lx H 1 fn fmzr ll Broun and VUIUIL Typut 8 C mu: 1 4 French Grqxg, Kluh 1 Orchcatra 1 a I BRUIN Page 17 JOHN LYNCH PAWCATUCK He ran tum hir mind and band io alma!! all lbmgr Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Cl Preszdent 1 Class Representative 2 3 4 Traffic Squad 2 3 4 Brown and Whxte 3 Edxtorm Chxef 4 Junior Prom Commrttee Semor Prom Commxttee Track 4 JAMES MAC KENZIE PAWCATUCK Ready willing and able Chorus l 2 3 4 Track 3 ROSE MANZELLA PAWCATUCK Blue eyer go to the :ber Chorus l 2 3 4 Gregg Club ALICE MARIE STONINGTON She like! doing for other: Junnor Prom Commlttee Cho rus l 3 4 Gregg Club 3 Kmt tmg Club 2 Operetta l 2 Book keepmg Club 2 3 Dramatic Club 2 RONALD MARSH PAWCATUCK A nnbed gentleman from 0 to toe Baseball 1 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 ANIVAL MARTIN STONINGTON He playr a wicked inunpet junior Prom Commlttee Base ball l 2 4 Football l 2 Track 3 4 Athletnc Assocxatnon Com mxt ee 1 Band 1 2 3 4 Brol Ogy Club 2 Gregg Club 3 4 Choiusz 2 Operetta 2 Orches JAMES MC KENNA MYSTIC Brown and Whrte 2 3 Sports Edntor 4 junnor Prom Commnt tee Bxology Club 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Gregg Club 3 CLAIRE MC KINLEY PAWCATUCK Mlflb and murlnef are tuo tbxngr Chorus 1 2 3 4 Gregg Club VIOLET MEYER MYSTIC e II uelrome rornpany Class Treasurer 2 Cl Representatnve 2 4 Semor Prom Commlttee Chorus 1 2 3 4 Operetta 2 Scnence Club 3 Year book Staff - - 1 -- Y 1 .l , . ,.,,--355 r 9' 1 X Y!' . DEI" 4 . ,I .-- ,. . . ,. ' . ,,,. ,,. , ,.. - tl' yuan- ' ,- ,,. ,. ,. - tra,,,3,4. , . ,,,,- ,,4- I Jball revolulionize joumalimzf -S!! 1- .' ' Q' 79 ,,- ,. .,.,- , 3. ,,,,- , 3. !l!' Q' '- D' l!' - .,- ,. Sb" , ,l,. ass na- I ' Yili' ,. ,. - 5' 'P ,,- ,,. , I .- ,- AD . Page 18 B ll U ' MARION MILBY PAWCATL CK S116 xr pleasant 10 lhmk o Chorus 2 3 Commerclal Club 3 French Club 4 Gregg, Club 2 Operetta 2 Scnence Club 4 Bookkeepmg, Club 3 ALFRED MINER STONINGTON Wbu lmrzd mn hold luv Ill! I oo! burk Cross Country 4 Chorus 3 4 Track 4 HARRY MOON E PAWCATUCK He flllllbf the lree a inouledge Biology Club 7 Chorus 1 7 3 4 Gregg Club 7: Booklteep mg, Club 3 HARRY MOONEY MYSTIC Sumter IJ hi bemuw be fried Bnseball 5 1 brq.,1.,Club MARSH MOONEY MYSTIC He lnauf aim! pletuure If 07 be but done Kllld urni Honor Roll 1 Honor.1blcM1:n n 2 Scncnce Club X Hearbook Qtaff 4 'HARD MORIN PAWC ATUCK He 1110 1171 Football 1 B'1sLb.1ll 1 C o 1 Tack 2 ANNA MORRISON PAWCATUCK Changeable mp: flour and rbarmlng Honorftble Mention 3 Chss Representative 4 Tratbc Squad 3 Brown 'mt Wlmltc 2 3 Iufuor Pr mm Comm ttec Semor Prom Committee Choru Cheer Leader t Gregg, Club 3 Knitting, Club 7 Opereta Dramat c Club l 9 STEPHEN NASIATKA MYSTIC Hc IV ffflllflq h r alzbmgrapbj Cl.1ssReprf.sent.1tne 3 4 jun nor Prom Commrttc-L Scmor Prom Commmttu Blscblll 1 4 Bxl ou Club 7 Chorus I Commcr at lb Cxrq. C u Track 4 MARCFI LE NORMAN PAVUC A'lLClx fly Honornblc Mcntnon a Chorus rc Cl 1 lub a l Cure 5 flub 1 BRUIN Page 19 JOSEPH ORLANDO PAVUCATL CK Some fm fe em ullbuuz being bend Honor1bleMent1on 1 7 B1 o my Club 7 orus Frcnch Club 7 Gregg Club 3 Bookkeepmg, Club s DONALD PAT MFR S'I OININGTON He I1 ere: Inu Io one Baseball 1 Cross Country Bam 7 EI IZABETH PANCIERA OLD MYSTIC Dependabfi ty Il m 1 Honor Roll 7 Honorrble Men tlon 15 4 Chorus 1 Gregg., Club 3 Otice l7r.1ct1ce 4 Bookkeepmg, Clu 3 GRACE PELLFTT PAXVCATL Ck Anulbu ood 0 urndu Cheer Learer 3 1 Chorus 1 7 S 4 Gregg Club 3 Kmttmg Club 7 Operettl 7 Bookkeep :ng Club 5 Drammc Club 7 CHART ES PERRY STONIINGTOIN A rlrong fzlenl man Track s 4 LEWIS 'I PERRY PAWCATL CK fin Splfll o time shall Ie lil? me upeed Chorus 1 7 5 Gregg Club 3 JOSEFH PIVER STOININGTON Hem jeu! ull fl II Clrss Reprcsentatxve l S umor Prom Commxttee Chorus 7 5 4 Grq.,g., Club BELMEDA PONT STONINGTON New ,md mee! Honorable Mcntnon 5 Chorus l French Club 3 Knxttmg., Club Operettg Boookkceprng., Clu s MANUEL PONT STONINGTON The er ence 0 7!1Ift'l?IE' Class Representxtlve 1 Base ball 1 Cross Country 1 2 Foot b.1Il I 7 Band 7 Biology Club Chorus 1 7 s Cummercn Club 4 Competltlve Plays Gregg Club 7: 1 Operetta 1 7 Orchestra l Scxence Club 1 Page 20 BRUIN ANNA PUPILLO PAWCATL CK I hate na other but .4 uoman 1 reason Cheer Leader 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Gregg Club 3 Kmttmg Club 2 Operetta 2 Dramatrc Cu 1 2 ROBERT RICHMOND PAWCATUCK Then follou me and glze me uudlenfe rlendl Hmor Roll l 2 3 4 C s Representatnve 2 3 4 Trafhc Squad 2 3 4 Brown and Whrte 3 junror Prom Committee Sen lor Prom Committee Bnology Club 2 Competmve Plays French Club 2 3 Dramatrc Club 1 2 Edltor mCh1ef Yearbook CHARLES RIPPEL MYSTIC Her not a mid 0 uork bu! not IH Jjmpalbj ullb I1 Class Secretary 1 Class Rep resentatnve 3 Traffic Squad 2 Football 5 4 Band 7 Brology Club 2 Chorus 1 2 3 Gregg., Club 5 Orchestra 2 Track 4 GEORGE ROBINSON OLD MYSTIC hare Jlfdfllpllfbrd aim! I ua .able to dr Football 7 Chorus 1 7 TTVT MARY ELLEN ROBINSON OLD MYSTIC Sufre cf 1 f arqulred nor Roll 1 2 3 Class Treasurer 3 Class Representa tn e 3 Chorus 1 2 4 Scne e Club 3 Assrstant Echtor rn Chnef earbook Operetta 2 GRACE RUSSELL PAWCATUCK Hef be lo1ef and ne1 er mn orge! Chorus 2 Gregg Club 3 Bookkeepmg Club 3 JOHN SANQUEDOLCE PAWCATUCK M 9 man F nday Ba ebal l 1 2 3 4 Football 3 Tra 4 Ch us Orchestra 1 2 RICHARD SCHICK STONINGTON He rv long and lank Cross Country 1 7 Chorus 7 3 Gregg Club 3 Bookkeepmg Clu 3 JEREMIAH SHEA PAWCATL Clx 4 fe fr: IJ Xearbult Stall' 4 Chorus I 1 Competmve Plays, French Club. 4. Orchestra. l. 2, 5. Track. -1. BRUIN P23621 MARION SISSON PAWCATL CK Szlente rr :be Hrlue 0 fmlf Cheer Leader 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Gregg Club 3 Knrttmg Club 2 Operetta 2 Bookkeep mg Club 3 Dramatlc Club I GRACE SOUTHWORTH PAWCATUCK Perlefemnte gen result: Brown and Whnte Typrst 4 Chorus 1 Gregg Club 3 Book keeping Club 3 Dramatnc Club JAMES SPELLMAN PAWCATUCK He helpf when zn linen fue lo ame Honorable Mentlon 1 Cross Country 2 Football 1 Gregg Club 3 JUNE STEWART PAWCATUCK She ll not lang be ungle Brology Club 2 Chorus 1 2 3 Commercnal Club 2 Gregg Club 3 Kmttmg Club 2 Sclence Club 2 NONIE SWA LLOW MYSTIC Alone rm more Chorus 1 3 4 Gregg Club Boolckeeprng Club 3 BEVERLY SYLVIA PAWCATUCK Pfofperllp I0 lhe man that zenluref mort to pleafe her Class Representatrve 4 Senror Prom Commrttee Chorus 1 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 Gregg Club 3 Kmttlng Club 2 Operetta 2 Science Club 3 MARSHALL SYLVIA PAWCATUCK It taker nine 1411075 lo make a man Athletrc Assocratron Commnttee 2 Band 1 2 3 Brology lub 2 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Competrtrve Plays 2 Orchestra l 2 3 Op eretta 2 Bowlmg Team DONALD TAYLOR STONINGTON I lzke lhem young Cross Country 1 2 3 4 Cho rus 2 3 Bookkeepmg Club 3 DOROTHY TAYLOR MYSTIC To dfau true beaulj Jbouf master band Chorus I Gregg Club 3 Bookkeeprng Club 3 Art Edrtor Yearbook Page Z2 BRLIN JOSEPH TUDISCO PAWCATUCK Loo! ul lbe hugh! side Cross Country 3 4 Chorus French Club I T ck 3 Yearbook Staff CHARLOTTE M TUITE STONINGTON Bmmu and beauty incomparable pan Hmor Roll 1 2 3 4 C Representatxve 4 Sennor Prom Comm1ttee Band 3 Cheer Lead e 3 Chorus I 2 4 Frenh Club 3 4 Kmmng Club 2 Op er ta 1 2 Rrcllng Club 3 4 Dramatrc Club 1 2 Yearbook Staff JOHN VICTORIA STONINGTON at rs! you don! furteed If? playing Jecond of fl901Ifl0p Class Representatlve 3 Traf hc Squad 2 Iumor Prom Com mnttee Baseball 1 2 3 4 Cr Country 1 Football l 7 Band 1 2 3 4 Competltnve P s 1 7 Gregg, Club 3 Operettl 1 Orchestra 1 3 Sclence Club 1 BEATRICE WFDLOCK PAWCATUCK Om plrllne ll ufrlb ,1 lbunsnzd uwd Honor Roll a Honorxble Men 'l1.'. Cmorus, 2. 3. 4. Gre C u , 3. Opcretm, 2. Book'cep- ing. Club '. JOHN XVELCH PAW CATLICK Lt! ,Till Lx il. X.. II HENRY WHEELER STOINIINGTOIN W by ll70llId711 I .um nga' Honorable Mentlon 1 Cross Ctuntry 3 4 French Club 4 Gregg Club 3 Track 4 HELEN WHITLOCK PAWCATUCK hw dow u am! bear! um a alr gentleman Honor Roll 4 Blology Club 3 Chorus 1 3 4 Dramatxc Club Gregg, Club 3 Knitting., Club 7 Opercttl 2 EDWARD WILHELM MYSTIC He gnes lan best Bmseblll 2 3 Footb.1ll C orus 1 7 3 Track 3 AI ICE WIT SON MYSTIC lluze to lore myel in men s mimi: Cllss Reprcsentatxve 7 Trathc Squid 3 4 Cheer Leuler 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Gregg Club 3 Bookkeeping Club 3 RHODA WISEMAN STOININGTON She dn' lf well, imfeed. Ban T. horus. 1. -. 3. A - pctitive Plays. 1. Gregg, Club. 4. Operettu 1, 2, Science Club. 3. 4. BRUIN Page23 CLASS HISTORY We are leaung Stonmgton High School Anyone wull tell you that we are leaung a school that IS not outstandmg for nts beauty of construction Nexerthe less the majorxty of us are leaung wrth regret ln our hearts We cannot help looking backward m retro speet and standnng mentally rn the renewing box As usual our class was composed of students from West Broad Street School St Mnchael s Stonmgton Grammar School and the Mystnc Broadway School Durmg our first hugh school year we were separated As one group we held our first class electlon rn Mlss Mullaney s room and Daxnd Austm was chosen to shape the destlmes of the Sophomore Class The class sponsored no soclals durlng the year but nt drd pxrtnclpate nn the competutnve plays The class of 1937 surprlsed exeryone by walknng off wnth the prlze for the best play of the eserung Robert Rxchmond Verna Dontld Kmncy stlrred nn the Pampered Darlmg Mlss Mlry Mullmey dnrected the play Then came the fmal exams and many were the frightened hearts th ll aw uted the res llts It was lust a false alarm for most of us howexer and we passed into our thlrd year Once lgam the class testnhed to the esteem ID whlch they held Dlklel Austin when they elected hum presndent for the second successne xelr So low were the flnancual coffers of our cllss thxs thnrd yelr that rt was feared for a trme that the class would haxe to depart from tradmon and not present the annual prom enlde From a sery successful Thanks rung dance a cake sale and a sprung dance howexer we rused enough money Thus the bug atfanr of the year from the stand pomt of the unrors was the umor Prom The dance proxcd a social and financnl success Bob Snmpson and hrs orchestra prouded the music for the one hun dred and fifty couples attendlng It must not be thought that our class boasted merely of socxalntes We had a fanr representation on the honor roll and our athletes were xery promment nn sports And then came the Semor year the most glorious year of all' The annual Sennor Promenade gnven by the Semors was just another success to add to the long lust of achxevemcnts lccomplrshed by the class The town hall was garly decorated with Christmas trees 1nd the class color scheme of green and srlxer trans formed the hall unto a magrc furyland The prom committee whrch lrranged the affur was headed by ames EmlllO the Senror Class Presndent Next on the calendar of ex ents came the Sprung Speclaltles presented at the West Broad Street School Aprrl 16 Thus affair consisted of three plays and a dance The Senlors presented as their part of the program 1 one lct comedy entntled The Arm ll of Reuben Mlss Mary Cogan and Mxss Grlce Clrlson flculty adusers directed the play We hue come to the end of the pathway The cherished goal for whlch we hue strnen has been reached as we proudly recene our dlplomas May the frxendshlps cultn ated during our school years together not be forgotten after graduatnon il V' . . " ' , , . . ' A . V. . -f , . . . . . f v . , Y. " , --i 4 I r ' ' '. 1 ' 7. . Y V, . ' ' , , . 5 , . . ' , 2 A 4 4 Q A ' . . 1 7' .1 . ' '1 1 .. . .1 . .v. y . - . ' 4 ' v . . f . 1 1- 1 . . y .. 1 ' V - Dcljcrr Dorothea Cham lun eremnah Shea and I . N . .. - ., ,' A . . 1 . . ' K l t 4 L ' 1 t . 7 ' ' 'L L 'Z . 'K . ' . . ,, . V 7 4 4 A ' 4 1 1 f' .I ' . . . , , ,L .4 - . .V . ,Q '- ' '. - , Y' . A ' ,L . , a'- 4 4' ' ' 4"'. ya- v v, , s 1 ', 4. . . 'c , . . . . Page24 BRUIN GIRLS PROPHECY In New York we went to the Empure State Hotel Owned by Vuolet Meyer who us known very well As I entered the Dunung room whom should I meet But Katherune Franken appearung so neat A secretary whose work us always done Her boss us Mary Ellen Robunson Who us the promunent dean of Wellesley College Always ready to umpart her knowledge Accompanyung Muss Franken was Hazel Glover The Stonurugton Hugh School Physucal unstructor Also seated wuth them at one of the tables Was Aluce Marte wruter of chuldren s fables We were lounung them when we heard a sound Luke musuc goung down and up and around There was Marlon Susson turnung un whurls Whule conductung her orchestra composed of gurls Her gown was whute satun cleverly desugned By Dorothy Taylor the best you can fund Frances LoPresto who skyrocketed to fame Played her vuolun she has earned a great name lane Gulbert sang wuth het dustunctuve style You can hear her every nught by turnung the dual Prusculla Babcock then came out to tap Wuth that acquured Eleanor Powell snap Grace Pellett was there representung her store Wuth models more beautuful than we had e er seen before Among the group of models was someone we know Rose Manzella the hut of the fashuon show Incudentally Grace saud Belmeda Pont answers the phone In Pellett s Department Store wuth meloduous tone And that Verna DePerry us theur accomplushed beautucuan Who cares for theur haur and complexuons wuth precusuon Then a gay party entered that attracted our attentuon And the conversatuon that ensued makes the uncudent worth mentuon For they came to our table and when seated explauned The vocatuons of the other gurls who remauned Dorothea Champlun saud she was a stylust of beauty Who came to the Hotel un that lune of duty Funuce Gledhull who was wuth her us a famous buyer The kund that all the large stores would luke to hure The thurd one of the group at that moment burst un It was Maruorue Caddo wuth her usual vum She s an avuatrux of great reputatuon Who by her explouts has startled thus natuon They told us that a dog wuth a uucll trauned barlt Could be purchased at a kennel owned by Helen Whutlock And that Rhoda Wuseman ouns an antuque shop Wuth noueltues that malte all the touurusts stop Beatruce Wedloclt appears on the sulu er screen She us Hollywood s present beauty queen A gurl scout durector us Charlotte Tuute She merely plans the work and others do ut A teacher of uournulusm us Dorothy Brown , . ' 1 9 s 1 a Q s s . . . . , , . a , . 1 u x 1 . . , 1 v ' ' ' . u 1 a a a 1 s 1 s u a v u - , ' . u - ' u - , . f ' 1 ' , . .. . 2 - v V ' BRUIIN Page 25 XX'hen taught by her no one eyer wears a frown Anna Puprllo IS a teacher of scrence She knows what makes folks grow to be grants Ardell Chapman rs on an ocean lrner She s a stew ardess and there s no one finer The Seottlsh dancer who IS yery well known ls Iydra Clachrne fapporntments made by phonel A nxfty flying sunt IS the usual dress l'or Marcelle Norman who s an arr stew ardess Maryorre Coan rs a capable nurse Who makes her patlents better not worse Beserly Syly la IS a dretlclan Who does xery well rn her chosen mlssron Angelnne Dnppolrna rs a nurse superusor There IS none who rs any kinder or wrser lxeeprng 1 neat house rs Vxrgrnra Gley ln 1 eozy bungalow on a mountarn hrgh Crue Russell rs also marrred I hear Her home rs hlled wrth comfort and cheer l lrzlbeth Panerera through books does pore She s 1 llbrarlan whom all chrldren adore Cl ure McKinley of our alma mater C hose the profession of a news commentttor Dorothy Cadomsky renders her serwrces At the Non Crack Thermos Bottle ofhces If you wrsh the dressmaker Sophie Garelow It s to Leon s Specialty Shop you must go At any tnme Rrta Costa you may see The proprietor of a tea shop named the Sally Lee Irllran Bnrchall rs a figure skater You wall hear of her rn the Olympics later True to the re1d1ng of her lrttle palm Lrllnan Babonas runs a darry farm Idna Comeau has a responsxble posrtron As secretary to a dretrcnan You hawe seen the rare orchnds june Stew 1rt grows Wllere she has them d1spl1yed rows upon rows The presrdent of the Industrnl Trust Company Pros es to be none other than Fsther Dawley losephrne DCGIHLC whose mlth rated ln A rank ls now employed rn 1 loe1l bank Aneelrne Irdestrr rs 1 bookkeeper In C B Cottrell s you wrll often meet her C 1ther1ne Kendzn rs now engaged In selling eanarles each one rn a cage Nlonne Swallow lmenteel 1 needleless machine Thar s the mswer to exery dre smaker s dream Gr1ce Southworth doubtles lx y 1ll be soon A rn 1l to WaltD1sney wrth ' er cartoon Nhry Dunh 1m 1 photographer by trade H15 mlde .1 type of proofs whrch wrll not flde Vrrgrnra Chr1strn1 nes er does shlrk Her ehosen duty of technrcal work M1rg1ret Brenn1n rs 1 Mlrtha Rlye She IS well known on I'lCllOI0tl1y V . , 7 , . , . 1 , . ,I . . .. 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Page 26 BRI IN A dental l1y Q1en1st of gmt renown ls M 1r1on Leon1rd ID l1er wh1te st1rel1ed town NIIIIOD NI1lby I5 1 doetor of f1me Goto her when you re s1ek or l1me Ann1 NIOIYISOH poses for 1ds She IS the one who st1rts popul1r fids An Olymp1e sw1mmer 1s Irene Traggm Whose su1t IS eoyered w1th p1ns and badyees 'I hus all our LLOSSIP h 1d eome to 1n end I found ll w 18 t1me to b1d f1rewell to e1eh fI'lLDLl And I left the l1otel w1tl1 1 fond yeoodby fAnd tl11nk1n5, of my former blfl elassmues w1tl1 1lso 1 Slygl It w IS hne to know tl1e wl1ere1bouts of e1el1 one And to le1rn of tl1e good work they 1ll l11d done Esrm 11 Dmx LI 1 INIARION LIONARD INIARION MII 111 BUYS PROPI-IECY As I w alked down the street the other dmy I he1rd somebody holler Hey I looked at every one around And saw 1 person befmny, down Iw IS the town SOSSIP I know so we And I lILlfflLLl to run 1w 1y but fell I had to l1sten to h1s d1sco11rse O If of h1s r1mbl1ngs I p1Cked up 1 Of news thu certfunly made 21 h1t I-Ie told ofthe fellows IH my class And I ll tell II to you ID one H1185 P1yer 1nd Pont haxe myented 1 se'1le Tl11t m1kes 1 sl1ort lobster look l1ke 1 while Anselm Kme IS 1 s1n5,,1nye eowboy now Gene Autry tl1e seeond boy lfhl how An1y1l M 1rt1n md h1s sl1d1ne trombone Are l1e 1rd IH orehestr1s f1r f1r from home SQULC1 Allyn dressed y,1y lfltl br1eht Ste 1s1n tl1e une w1tl1 xbull to llygllf 'I lllllljxll I1e keeps lIIS IIILISIL ne If Io11b1re o IS re 1lly 111 enyemeer Ille brue torester for L nele NIIII I Stew 1rt C If 1r IIIID lIIIllI0 1s FLIIIFIIIIIL 1 yeroeery store Not only one but IIIIIH more He IIN 1 el111n from eoxst to eo1st Ut stores of Xkllllll he 1111y,l1t well wo st v v Y A . 1 '. 7 , .A . 1 Ay. A. N L 41 11 " 1 1 1 ' f ' ' . 1 . L 1. . . . . 1' K y . . I 'Q ' ' ' V' ' 2 1, " aj 1 'l ll 'lk' l 1 ' 7 A 1 . Ai uc 4 'Q ' 1 ' ' ' . 1 1 . , , ,, 3 . A " Y" VA A t - 1 1 ' 1-ll, I-Ie picked me up, and of course 1 "L ' . I' . bit 4 vs , ' , , 'I . 4 1 I Y 1" L i".'2.' 1 ' ' ."e l . '. 'A ' vfi rr 1' ' 1 1, . . .-.- 11 1' .X Q . R . Y .'Ag ', '.'. Av, f -yi' " 1. " p I1 . ' , 1 h- 'y -' .h Q s .I ' '. gl el. Iflygj . . 2 " ' 1. 1 '- '. -1 , -1 " I '1 '- l .1 . BRLIN Page 7 I 'X tolltttor of thmts unus111l mtlttd Is lohn Stntyuttloltt XX't must gut htttl To tht tnutyuts 1n1ln0ytlt1tshth1s on shoyy XX t hopt tht husmtss tontmuts to ,grow X 1 tll knoyyn 1l1ytr 1s fltrtntt C llkms XX l11 st1ys ln tht xy tttr 18 IIIOLHLIII ht httl hns X husmtss mtnugtr rn Ntxy X ork Is H1rry Xloont tht IILIIHUI hmk 1n1l1 X 1rsl11s ytry mut 1 ID SI '11 IL ll noun txtry nt 1 t1n1r1l LXXIS IIS rt 1l1Lt I hls lllllilf 1s 1 rtuyt II mm not IIULISICI n 11r1 1 tn on tl xy ty to I1 m my s hnt Ill k II IS xxt no 1 lor hns IH1flsSIDlIlSl1llW tn l IS tyuott In 1ll tl1t ntxyswtptrs l1rgt or smtl XOIRQFUIDCQIIISllLlI1llI1y21N t 1th 1n1l RthtrtBr1nntg1n1s1ntrun1ng Ht runs tytn yyhtn ll s F1ll'lIflyQ Ht may ht sttn my tlay XX'l1trt trtrk lthlttts holtl sw 1y XXl1tnl1t m1kts 1 ltrgt stlt hls s1l1ry yu 111 A Shtrlotk Holmes IH tht IJ 5 A I Rohtrt Holly xxtll known totlty A trrtlt of sfrttt rtnoxyn ls H1rry Moonty of our towyn A r11l1t1tomt1l11n IS R11l11r1l Xlorln XX'l1o1s grtttttl hy trt yuls by 1 ttrrtllt 1 IH C htrlts Ptrry postslor10ll1r 11ls fXn1 11l1tr1r11stul1nt 1lo 1 11 s In t IL tltstrt IS R11h1r1l S 111 1t1 1 spmt you 1 tn t Ht tr1xtls xxhtrt nont 1tl1tr1l1rts 1 nths IIIIIUSILFN 1n t1t1r 1 s lohn Iyntl1 IS by t lktr ol tl t Houst Iht Rtprtstntttlyts 1rt 111 :tt ls 1mou t go t1rthtr XXIII hrs r Xltyht rn tl1t l rts11ltnt11l 1nt X 111 11s tgont tomtstnt r 1rv1t l1t hntls m1rr1t1 llt rs 11 t 1 IU V11t1 r1 ltys tt hrst In tht XX orl1l Struts you stt l11st11t 11 t 1l1 Iul1s1o1s1ntl1tC1 1 tt Iry1nLtort1lu1t tht trt1t1x1r 1 t t Rf . 1.1. , ' '-1' 'l ' .gl l'l.1y'1r1' l 's " l' --1' tht. I,-1 1 I4 " l. u I' -1 ' . 'lon: Ht-' . 1l 1 fl s . . . ' Q1 . Ritl. lffllt is IC 3 1' '.mt'L Un 1 'ill11str.1tion.'y'o11will I lh1s gmt. IIFAIII' ltttli. I0 f -ll ttl 7 " . '. 1 3 ' , . 1 '1l 1 ' A 'fy 1 1 ' I . I. 1 " A l '1 ' 1 alll. Iigtltstrttttl works thc gas pumps. "1 ' 1 -. '.I1 s. N111 1f1f I l A - ' . fl ' 'k XX" l 1 I ' ' ' 1 ' litkg Xntl K. J by 1 I ' xl 7 l.lir'k, Ht-'ll' 4. A, "l A h .1in. XI'l l. y 1 l A' 'lv' Cf-. ,'-O.1k. fXn1l ' 1 . '-l lw- ' l1.1r1lly'.1 kt. l,l 'I 1 -tl IW . I 5 hustl- -ls-y "1" AQ.b'n1 it 1 A -it -. '. l-h. Page 28 BRUIN An adventurous fellow is Bernard Knight Who entered the Navy so he could fight. Gerard Chabot is way up in the air On the flying trapeze at the new XVorld's Fair james Spellman conducts a school That teaches posture as a rule. He shovus how one should hold his head And how to walk as if one s feet werent lead Robert Richmond is on the air As news commentator he s pretty fair But the profession he has down pat ls that of pulling rabbits out of a hat Henry Wheeler s chosen work A country doctor he cannot shirk Avery ads ertizes Week end Excursion To Europe and Back the Latest Diversion frederick Bowen is known to boys For his Scout Plays and educational toys lewis Perry is a super mechanic Who keeps car owners from having a panic A manufacturer of door knobs Is Charles Ripple shy of mobs lohn Danahey knows those muscular lads Who decorate john Atlas ads It is in Alaska that we find john Welch Who has made a name no one can squelch For he is a hero to the people there Running a printing press with care lerry Shea is a great sportsman Especially in fishing the name was won He fishes in the deep blue ocean Lakes or brooks that suit his notion David Austin is oser across The Olympic Track Team calls him Boss A stage director in Nevt York State Donald Palmer drnes on country roads 1 truck 'lo pull people out of the mud when they re stuck ldv 1rd Wilhelm is a Hg, pole sitter And erovsds witch hum all of 1 txutter In the corner drug store is joseph Grills And gathered around hum are medicines md pills That is hows he earned his may through college And h ning earned his degree he s using his knows ledge M lrshlll Sylvia trnels here and there XX'ithout 1 moment left to spare , 7 v v r i " y , A Q A 4 , , ,S A 7 i .1 . " 4 L? . - ,., , . 4 . v ' ' K D . I e L , , ' 7 1 . ' ' ' , . , r 7 ' 1 ' ' 3 Is james McKenna, who's always late. 4 4 . r .', , -w K f '1 i - 1 1- f .A ' , D i .1 li S ' i V ' . . ' S . A' A' . A ry ,V 4 f 1 1 NL . 'f- V , 'f V, , 7 Q - 'i 7 " if ' 7 44- 'S in li BRI IN P29229 He 5 1bosxler ol gre II reputatron XY ho trnels all 1rounel the nltlon Ilmes HLIIWI on the elty beat ls ehreetrng trafic ln the heat Strll pltehlng horse shoes mtl st1ll playl Nheleenzue h1s e trrletl hrs name to llme ng I1 ose wl1 Orlmtlo IS 1 hremm On 1tr11n tl11t runs through 1ll the lm l A t1x1e1h elrxxer nn XX'esterly Is none otl1er th 1n Horlee Durlee Cll1l'lC,S C mley xxorlss rn Grrll s Drug to He mutes soelt ne If the tloor FL If 1ll the ul men were glxen 1 test tmes Crowley would he yuelgetl tl1e best As he got tl1e 1ls for the Broun mel XV ll e So he gets tl1em now forthe y 1per e1el1 nrght A photogripher 1l5OlII tl1e elty ls Stexe N1s11tls1 1tr1tle xutty lor he sn1ps people on the street And PLlbllSl'1Cb them rn 1Com1e sheet A COHQYLQIEIOH rn My stnc on S1hb1th Day Hts Don 1lel Ttylor to shoys them The XY 1y A dog loxer IS Alfreel Mxner Who IS runnrng 1 Doggy Dmer R1ymon1l Duns IS 1 prosperous f1rmer Nltrsh Mooney IS 1 teteher of Hrstory Wl1y rt ns l1lSIOl'y IS h trelly 1 mystery llmes effrey IS mtlemg .1 speellltyf Of erosslng 1 xx ttermelon mth 1 pet Xvhether II s 1 frunt or uevetlble we ll see Ar the 1nn111l h1ney11et nn hfry three Ihe eontr1etor who h ult the nevs Tovxn H1ll XV1s none otl1er tl11n Dulel Blrehlll A truelrng s1lesm1n IH the borough ls George Roblnson 1 elexer fellow C l1lI'l6.'S Anelrevts elrms for the funny papers Hrs eomrcs eut 1ll sorts of CIPLFS XY'hen the Q05blD hmshetl thus lmportlnt theme l leneu he l tell me of hrs llfe s elI'LJ.ITl Or somethlng else ol llttle lm ortmee to m ws I to 1111 l reetletl so' e tlternoon e nk lllI'I'ILe l'lllL S KONXH l L SYYALLI llunlsnng ot tl1e el1ssm1tes l exer meet Bee luse tl1ey re setttereel f1r IK ly too Doxng the xxorls tl1ey ye ehosen to elo C gilfflf' C HARL1 s Asnnrxx s joHN DANAH11 lotus V11 TOR!-X Y V A , A 'V t A ' A 't ' l , 1 ., , A , ' 1 'A 1 A' . 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"Q ' -....,.,,.,, I I4 K, ' . rl, nun 1. lg' BRLI'N Page231 Ill f H99 of l937 WE THE CLASLS OF 1937 of the Stonxngton High School ln the County of New London and State of Connectxcut bemg of sound and dnsposlng mmd and memory and realrznne that we must part mth sundry honors talents looles and emotnons do hereby mxlee publish and deeltre this 18 our list Wlll md Testament Farsi XX'e hereby bequeath to our beloxed prnnenpal our alfectlon and respect for has careful eundanee for two years oyer the storm tos ed sea Second 'Io our ynce prxnclpal we tue our loymg frnend shlp with 1 but of sm eet memory of ey ery Senior gurl Thtrd 'Io the faculty vue do hereby bequeath the fond memory of our most brnllrant class md we xush to express our most tender Ind slneere sympathy for the loss they ire about to CYPCFILUCC Fourth To our sehool vse leue our hrygh reeords ln publle spe1le1n5, 5Ll1Olll'hl1lp typewrltlng and athletles of all lexnds Fzfth We gnc dense and beque 1th to our successors the unnors our seats nn semor home rooms I6 I5 md I3 on cond: tnon thit they keep them as well as we haye llso we desire the umors to do tll ln thelr power to help hll the x xeanenes left by us ln the hetlrts ofthe faeulty members Slxlh XY!e lnequexth to the unsuspeetung, Sophomores x deep sense of duty and wndet new on llfe whleh ue hope x all Qld them nn beeomnny, lordly umors Seventh We nommate and xppomt our sud prmelptl Mr lrl E Creelmln exeeutor of thus our Wlll IN WITNESS WHEREOF we the ofheers of the el1ss of 1137 haxe to this our Last Wall .md Testlment set our hands and .tthxed our se.1l thus 75rd day of une rn the year of Our Lord One Thousmd Nrne Hundred md 'lhlrty sexen 1 Qovoe Qali VleeW5,c5 de T xg? 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' ff I f 1 I 'I v A rr Il, I If P - e t I' I A Q 1 , 9 I 111111111 cl I l'1n YI 'N -vi X Page 34 If li If I N USK efd Se X4 T iomas Shack P 4 llc -Annl Pa encir T ah CM 410 in M fl! P14 V? fl L LLOI' IILL HCV toclx Cts no LCIC is b L ho ast c 0 I YS O LD p-4 u-1 1s j OUR HYC FS 0 jun 6 1- lft Len int 50 yflm H themse xes S1100 IC 4 Htf I0 J OU I UU KDQC I0 cd the Honor Ro many tmcs We IIC, 137 fls I st cccss of L D D s.: L R55 P d Y of FLHI J H H w I 11 nlw HILL SQ ft ratl fn l .' i 'ley rr ry-Mary C 51 'lc l'ice-l'i'arit ef l . on ref1,rln'er 4 l- 'Q L SS The juniors, or rather the S- i .- -be, are a fine gro lp o students t was a Yay affair, held in the Weq 1' 'qi s' .4 Qi , - fly- l ' Q - l i who have been very active in the athletic, social, and sc l . i fields. night clu style. ' 'hey certainly live up to their name of "up and coming," and are an Among th, i 1 Th 4 Shacklcy and Ohm McMahon' who hi l tl ' 'i -I l' have distinguished l '- i baseballg Anthon Ia I . l 1 4 l The Thanksgiving D s , I by the uniors, was the greatest Reid, co-captains elect of the football teamg and Mary Cusack, who has ti it cial 5 i 's -.',' the year. n the "Spring Specialties o , " l 'i l' 1 ll i - . - l pe that they will continue to p - - l "I .y wi h une," which was g I ly enjo ed. As usual, kee up the good work and o live up to the standards ser hy this year's however, it was toward the prom ha hey expended most their energy. gra uating 'l '. -- v' .-I -x X S' '-s v-1 1, x - - -I 'X n-4 'lfle t 1 I1 H DOM rl The Sophomore Class seems ro p-4 I LIC m II' I C DO VVC O rons, Ay are well represented at rl e social funcr .J C an VV 1 N E ' 1 4 if C nr es ' rmt Swrel.zrvy lN.1rjorie .nmh 3 L J 1:11 Clorgc Donn 7'nf.mnw rmer .ee he ruler lqu ct group. Al 1ough well k ' i both 'oorb.ll . l baseball, .mel .aurence Sullivan, the 1 1 el h 'Q h Stoning on rish tenor. Barbara Trumbull holds the honors in schol.1slic 'U DJ UQ ro Ka-I 'JI ik J N -.X .4 Page36 BRUIY ,- n-4 x N. -Q he Lfnti LFULS I LTI fi B1 George I P1 I1 Zta Ol' NL I I reshmen IN. PCP HIM CHC Ig, Burst nf, w th 118 mel I1 OHL ISS nf m y h ITIW fro 1... L4- -I f.l'S I 38 y 1 as I'LSl L IK T iree t ieers yll' UHC I' C110 I f L S0 f ernoon I' AVNO OO l l i l v l A44 A4 A4 l l 'rt if. wi Albert Dion Serretarv AARose Camaeho Vlte- it I ifeu l Y' . l' Ti'ei1.r11i'er'.t----Betty H ' I '. a l "re-tl H- I a F ES L SS i For the first time in many 'ears, the Ifres a lla: I 2: i I . i Y 'i - l 1 i, I - 3 5 ' la '- ga i 'l hase- lrroup. insteatl of three separate classes as they have ormerly elone. The ball and ootball teams 'hieh will come splentlitl material in the , Freshmen .ire ver' witle awake and nois ', perhal 5 because they to not later yearsg and two of their memb' Gerard Wfatts and Donald Sheltlon, , have to tome to school until a t' . 1 5 'ial unctions, the' are even on the S' i k team this 'ei . I -- 'I -- Q :tht If QI - 1 . . , , . l turn out hetter than any other class and are interested in all activities. men! May they keep up theg I ' lc. ' Oll' At BRUIN Page31 I 11 11411 X1lSN Nilry A Ninn Rosmo Lombxno Inonm Iuxn N IFS Illnn Roblnson Rohan Rnhmond N11ss Dorothy H111 S 1111 11 1 I1 1111 o LP1llDL1DLC11fltL,L V1r1,1n11Chr1stQno 1x1thLr1nL lrln yn Irnm Ifl2,KL,lS V1olLr Maur Dorothy 'I lylor Chxrlottg 'Ium 11! 1 1 N 1rs1 Nloo L hn I mh gr IIIII 5ILl on wh ILHISUI on1l11 N11rsh RIL1Ilf C1 L I 1 USLWI r1 s Nr l1xx1r11C1r1sxxo1 YEAR BUCK STAFF 11 1 111 R abut RlL1lIIIODa1 1 1 C 1 f IFS Illcn Rohmxom 1 1 Inna Img, IS 1 R s1r1oI III13lY 11 1 1111 111 III 1 1 rn 11 11 L '1 rn oonu o L 111 'ILI1lSCO f hlrlotu VILIIIL 11111 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 lo cph Gnll 611 1 X1rL1n11Chr1stLno losq h1nL Dc Img 11 wx 3010111 H111 Niw. XIIFX A 1n11 X11 C x 1 R1 11.111 lrlfif 77111. 111' fl '11 ---1 A,'.' . . ' . 1 I ,1 ' 1 1 . .A . 1 -- .1. I' . . , 1' . 1 .. ' . 'ew 11'11,11f 11 'K111'-js' 'A -. 1-, ' 1' 1 Q ,:71'. -' ':1k', " 4".', ' ' 4' ... ' '. 711 -1 11111. fclfl 111 rlgfv 4 11. 1 1 n 'y. 3:-lo .y ' , CI '11 Q1 -1, 'I , 11 'A 1'.' , R . 1 . 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R111 . 1111 11. 1DJFLJI1Iy 'IA.1j,'11r P1111 114Q1'.111f111' E111 ' .,...,.,,.....,.,..,........,,....,........,., ,.....,...... ,.44......,....,..,..,,..... D 1 ,A ' s S1 f1,Q1'.11f1111'1' ..,,....,.,.,.,.,,.. ,., ,....., ....,.,,. ...,.,.. ' L 1' '. Q ' .' Jo 1 - -f. 1111111 f11f1111f1' 1...,.,,...., .. .N11 , 1 1.' ' .1 4 1 . I' .N. 1 .1f11xx.1r11 :ri xx 1111 1,1 .N . ,kg Page 38 BRUIN F1111 mu le I to Hgh! James Emilio Miss Mary Mullaney David Austin Irene Traggis Thomas Shackley Strand mu fel In ugh! lrnest Santos ulia Kupidlovsski George Oak Marjorie lamb Frmcis MICDLDD 1ld 7lmd mu Iel m Hgh! Chlrles Tram Robert Brannetan Alfred Kupidloyxski Albert Ricltcr Arthur Smith STUDENT CQUNCIL Premltrll Dnld Austin Seuelnj 74181111761 lrtnc Trltccls I ltr In widen! Thomas Shackley Who is it that is always haunting us with Piclt up those papers' Keep off the grass Please smoke around the corner' Dont marlt the walls and dtslts' ' It s Studcnt Council enforcing a fevx of its many laxxs Tht Studtnt C ountil bttttrs tht school md esmb lishts 1 fritndly rtlatlonship bctvsctn the ftculty ind fltulty adyistr it sponsors tratht squad 'tsscmbly pro grims md ill sotul itfairs Tht tountil h is bttn ycry lttnt this yttr Thty t tht hrst t mtt in t uhitm strxt as 1 wtltomt to intommv l rtshmtn and Sophomorts 'lhty prcstnttd 1 C hristmis plry on in assembly progrim list of tht mcmbtrs usittd tht frtnston His h Sthool Studtnt C ountil Court Ftzmlly Adnan Miss Mary Mulltmty For the first time since the formation of thc council Stonington High School entertained at the first busmcss meeting of the Eastern Connecticut Fed emtion of Secondary School Student Councils on Oc tobtr 78 Daud Au tin Prtsidtnt of tht Itderation for 1956 l937 prtsidcd Council mtmbtrs xytrt prts tnt from Killmgly Plainfitld Putmm mtl Robtrt F Afftr tlc gentrll and sectional mtttints txtryont cnyo td supptr mttrtannmtnt md dmtmtt, At tl t Sprint C om tntion of tl t ltdtrttion htld II Rbhtrt l llfth High School rll mtmbtrs of tht Stomnf ton Countil xutrt prtscnt At th it timt lrtd N11 h of lxxllincly High Sthool xx ls tlttttd prtsidtnt Cu 't ntxt school ytir . ' -Y , ,' C ' .. 6 . . .L . .7 , A a,,'k .1-,' 1 5 - - -A. 'F . V . .V A f' "5 " 1 A - V 1 ' . i . ' . 1 ' . y . f ' A ' , V.. L r t . ' ' y v, . ' , , 4 'L . 1. the students. Ably' guided by' Miss Mary' Mullancy. Fitch High Schools, Bacon Academy, and Lyman Hall. L- vk si-." K- s is: f ,K-. 1 , k. 1. .L .-' L .,' yi' ,-.v . 4 ',4 Q I 'ia L 'I .. ' I y" 5 '. '. ' I ' , 1 4 'A Y. gav- - 'g l. " ' th- Fall, ' "I '-d 4: . . ' A 2. 'Q S' , Q - A 'S' ' . S .' 3 " ' A , rgk., F A Y' 'V ' . ' BRUIN Page39 1 I mu le 1 lu Ilgfjl Alice Vxfilson V rna DePerry Miss Mary Mullaney Fxculty Ady ser Kathleen Kitchen julia Kupidlnwslei Fllen Foberg, Strand mu fe 1 Io ugh! Anna Morrison ames bherry Rich 1rd VITQIS ohn lynch Dtwid Sh tw tmes Heipt Demetrius Tr1y.,y.,is Maurice Sherry Gertldine Sylyia 'lima' mu It Ill: ughl Cyenryee Bxrden Rr bert Riel mond Willitnt I-merson Albert Ptlmer TRAFFIC SQUAD The purpose of the Traffic Squad is to keep order in the corridors and to leeep trathc moung Offenders of the tratlie laws are reported to the Student Council squad hue performed their duties well during, the past ear Appointed by the faculty md goyerned by Stu dent Co neil the members of the Trtlhc Squld are under struct ruling XX'hile on duty they tre not tllow ed to chew gum or to talle with other students They must stmd erect hands at their sides and tboxe all they must be courteous to fellow students while making corrections in regard to obeying the trtthc lms Any member guilty of misdemeanor is reported to the coun etl and is discharged from the squad Witlm dismisstl he forfeits the armband worn by all trafhc othcers Marshal There is a certain lmount of honor in x etrinv the armhmd 1nd giying it up is yery humil it ng Freshman members xy ho h ue chtnged their sey tad eaeh seme ter reeeiy ed their tppointments from home room te tchers and although new at their duties they hue done yery well Let us congratulate you I reshmen' , 'W ' """" 1 Y 'yi T V. . M l Vx 1:':., . ,l y .' i ' " v C , ,, , , . y., 5 , 1 . , - . ,l y .' i , . J K ' . yy ' L L ,Q J il, Q L .' 2 ,Q .la I ' , ' i 1 ' ' ' ', a ' ' ' ' . 4 " ' , 'V -- T ' 1 , 1 ' 1 , 4 -4 i ' 5 , ' a A . A v A A A I , ' . 3 G y and they are duly punished. The members of the which is brown with a white "M" on it, signifying .. " A -' 'A ' Y .' H . A ' ' 1 ' if Y' . '."l is ..'e A .Q ' . Y' i ' i ' - , 2 'f ' - ig ti . . ,I ' A . . 1 A L H L . sy V k 1 . t . .' A i . i' ' rt A ' .Le " 3 , ia i .' I q f 1 1- 4 - I 1, AA , .L A , L . 7 . . - .4 D n H L A ' V ' A ' I 4': 1 , ' 4 X 4 V L ' 4 4 ' . V ' I 4 N A Q Page 40 If ll lv I N I I I I I mcplmme G11 rd mu ss Mun XIINI m s ro mlm Lxncm AIHNI Irr U1 Vcmi Dnrcrrx Iwzz uc I Q! C III N xx wr me C, vu BH lfl umbull Dwrmvtln 'I mmf I' H14 Ntuxur Nahum L Ilndm If I . 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Im! - my imru - .mn I If - gg mv I UIN ug '-- NL -cI1.1rrI1L-yxwul.II1.1xL-rum-nu-II -m 1A hay I I' wut IIIL try. ,II1 .llw I. -- uh I1.uI I 1-I, Mr.. I.un.1 Culwr .lnII Him fNI.1ry .'. nm lm- - .Ir LI I-I Ivy IIIL mrmu-Nu xxI1iLIm IIIL' Iimxxn .1nI .xru KIM- Ilumxlry. I -rx. I' I N v UI rg-.xrly U' MII. BRUIN Page41 Fr 1 1 zt 147110 ugh! Mtry Young Frtnce-s Prcrec bliss Mtry A Nami Mlbel Tr pp Stew MeK1nncy Henry Bessettc Chtrlotte Turtc Dorothy Palcnear em flarlce Sylytt Vtrelrlos Betty Xoung, Ccctlc Stedman et UI mu ef! In ugly! Btrblra NXtsem1n Cltrrsst Coug,1n M ure-:llc Normm Ad: me Crm 1 Mary C ruwley 'Nmey Palmer Myrlun Mrlby Martha Perry Celeste 'lriyts Dorothy Thxycnet Mtryorre lamb Mtty Dcnnchcy Ptttlela Connors Anna De-yme Mme Dunxhue nd fm 111 nga! Btr 1r1Trum u H IIICI mg, tt ltyey Irene flg,j.,l tr ttent Hxrr1etDenn1son Verume1Sw1Lelun Dorothy Miller Iumffa mu ld! In uglvr R ystrlo It mblrelo useph Tuellseo Henry Wy heeler Y Ile byyrel yn Ro crt Kme Itxscph brllls Mitthew Wysoclu eremnh sllll Ilrlc Sttiehm hflCl1lLl M tuxrclll FRENCH CLUB -- -f - , X T- 5 ' 3 y e H, , V 1 'y 'ff '. V' ' 7 2 ' '. 1 3 A ' 1 1 ' . tl la . a ' 1 . f ' 'zirt , ' 'n ' . . A ' . 1' - " . ll L . . . 1' 'L t ,. S' ll K4! , X rl 'ly ' Q 2 ' ll, ' 1 , .l . 4 . 'L . 5 ' Al Q , l ' . L Ll. ll, Tlx' r , fel 1 '4 I -- 4 b. . b ll, tt ' K f, Bc y' Ht ' - T4 H s, M. y' Cas- : ' ' , V' 'Af ea, .y L - ' 1' H 'A ' l 1 , lv ".. i 'l .. . " "I . ,T 1. f. f 1'2 . ' L' Ami Q. T Pwtzdulr- Stewart McKinney' Snfe1.1ry-Charlotte Tuite . . 7v,.,t+ -3 -A lin' l AJ 'yr'-Isl' . y' , t' '. Htl'-' J A ,l 4" 'ritr ' 'L' . - ' ' 4' f" 4. ' - 4 A ,Q ,' , , , V' 4 . s . V f - y L- tk- I ,x-. , - Ii'-v " . . A' ."' A 1 "B, . Y ,7. A I . . , . 4, g . ,. . Ak 4 - V l,x.. .4 V . A AQ . I nf PM :dem Mtbcl Trtpp ntfy II f Ptr ez yous franeus' It not Ill htye to w e thus rn Inglrsh Tl e Freneh Club rs one of our most aetrye elubs Thus yelr the members hue stlrteel 1 newsptywer wrltten entirely tn Ireneh w hteh eontuns 111 the features of 1 real new spaper edntorul short stor Cx cross word puzzles yolees and A eontrnyeel story XX mth each class eontrrbuttng somcthtng clthcr Oflglflll or trmslttron the paper ts ycry rntcrestxng Copies hue been sent to New London Proylelenee' intl eyen to Swttzerlmtl mtl 1 yery ttyortble eom IN rl ll Henry Bessette s Mtry A Nantt ment w is mule by the one ln Swntzerlmtl who rc eelyeel tt Besneles tn lssembly progrxm the lreneh Club his vresenteel two wltys Pere Noel me ete Nolr Nllss Niiry Ninn fleulty ielylser lor thts elub Jeseryes much credlt Not only do the students enjoy therr aetmtles here but they reeerye mxny tnterestrng letters from I'reneh students wtth whom they eorre spontl Page42 BRUIN Firm! mu lel to Hgh! Miss Helen Chesebro Harrxet Kung Patrrcra Connors james Lavston Mary Crowley Aelelme Crandall Nancy Palmer Vrrgmza Sullnan Thelma Peabody Serund mu le 110 Hgh! Vrrgmxa Klllars Martha Perry Frances Pierce Mary Young Sylvla Varelrlos Maryorle Lamb Veronxca Swlzdun Dorothy Mxller Mary Dennehey Barbara Wxseman Tfand mu feII01IgfJI Jem Cl lrke Barbara Trumbull Mary Cxstagna Betty Harvey Anna Deyxne Pe-nena Thorp lflllffb mu le! In ugh! Frlnle ltllxlno leo Hlgglns Vernon Hluschrlel Thomls glllflilkfy LATIN CLUB Pfetzdent Pitrrcxa Connors Seuflzu Aelelme Crtnelxll l lee Pw Idilll Mlry Crovyley I-zrnlfy A1111 ef The people of Stonnngton were startled one ey en mg elurnng C hrnstmrs y xcmon when they sux figures In long flowylng robes HIIIIIIE through the streets Per h rps some thought lt yy as Hxllovse en msteul off hrrst mls but others leneyy rt ys ts the Linn Club going to Nllss Chesebro s house for 1 banquet nn true Romm st C The boys yyore togls mel the glflS stolts lnel they trleel to let 18 nexrly lllee Romlns ts possxble eyen plxynng some glmes th tt the boys ml gurls might Nye pllyeel In olel Rome lnel usmg hnger boyxls tfter the me ll X e xyontler rt tmey ree me trounel the tw e Tre umm Harriet King Mxss Helen Chesebro mel talleeel nn Latm What a tame they must haye had The Latm Club vns orgtmzeel thus yelr Uneler the ellreetron of Mass Helen Chesebro lleulty leluser at h 18 been yery letrye 'lhe members ire bullellng .1 Romln museum exryrng mmy eurlous thnngs out of SOIP mel LOllLLIlDg ill they etn hnel pertnnnng to olel times The members stuelyrng Lltln lll haye eyen tttempteel to mllee 1 reference boole to be useel rn con neetlon mth the sruely of Xrlfgll mel hue been yery sueeesslul tt rt We hope th If the elub mll eontmue gross mel robe ls etrye ll beent rs y . . 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Cecile Stedmln Betty Young Clirissa Coogin Mr oseph Gordon Patricix Connors Helen Whitlrmck Harriet Dennison 'Ibnd mu le 1 lu ugh! john Sylvia Stevsart McKinney Walter Marshall len 1rd Reid Dnrd bhays Fuznzb mu fe 1 In Hgh! MlflhLV Vifysocki Arthur Smith ohn Shannon BIOLGGY CLUB Pnizdent oseph Sullnxn Seuelny Dorothy Miller lite lveildenl Nelson Reid lnnllm Alllllti The Biology Club under the able leadership of Mr oseph Gordon faculty adyiser has had a yery them to lbandon therr plans for an excursion to Ver mont oxer 1 yxeel-. end they decided to take a trrp to Neve Haxen and together with the Chemistry Club they yisited such flmous buildings as the Pelbody Museum Conneetieut Agricultural Ewrperimenttl Su tion md the SheH'eld Scientific School rt Yale Uni yersity The club preyailed upon Professor Robert De Wolf of the Zoology Deptrtment it Rhode Islmd Brite College to gnc the students 1 lecture on the Mr :funny Riti Plrkinson oseph Gordon subyeet VUhy Study Biology? At the close of the assembly the student body gaye Professor DeWolf 1 noon the Biology Club entertained Mr DeVUolf at a y tlentme party Liter during the yelr the elub pre ented rn all the schools of the town 1 moying pieture program which xx is highly enloyed The money rellized will be used to purcht e 1 moymg picture projector for the school In May the elub made a trip to New York City They yisited Radio City the Museum ot Seience and Industry md sux the presentltion it the Music Hill :xx .U .U I' .- - , . -A , ' K. l A' L. ' y J ' my Y , . I A. -41.15. Q ' y V A 'y .i ,L V V J K. . Q , . . .I f - 1 . , ,5 ' I ' 5 1 I i ---- 'l T". 'L Q '. Ib - W' ,srn . -I - . ' 4 . 7 4 4 A 4 ' I L' I 4' : .I v I 'v' 4 4 1 busy and interesting year. When lack of snow caused rising vote of thanks for his very instructive talk. At T ,-'- ' f 4A .' .L R, vi- 'y v .' V q . ,Y 1' , f Y A V A A ' 4 Y 'lx' 4 I li Y, 4 , . 'i. . 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Rosmo Iombardo ohn Lombardo Iours Souza Henry Blandr Mmucl Mmm Wlllnrxlm Perry oscph Mrchacl Icopold Crnrnho Albert lmrlno Domxmc Blrrr Ntfhll Ln! mu It 1 If rzqll Mrs WllllS Gorlrllrd Ann1lM1rt1n A blare of muslc a roll of drums' And the team runs our on thc frcld lnsplrcd to victory by our smppy band Thc opponents are forcccl to yxcld Many nmcs h1s our small qulclsly lsscmblecl band rung out our school song .md lcd thc boys on to ucrory Drcsscd ln brown md whnre thcy madc 1 grcar show mg xt thc Thlnksgnlng Day game In Wcstcrly wxhcn In mlrchcd on thc ncld and lsscmblcd nn xzrrous L rn formanons The bmd playcd again II Thc Sprung Spccnl ms mtl rcccncd many fasorablc commcnrs Mrs Gocldircl organrzccl thc bind list yur md srlrrcd nr on urs ruse to fxmc l ' '. f " -- 'AA a , ' , . '.,-I1 ' . '. f W- fi- . ' ,J a ,. ' ' 1, 1 ' al.. .X .7414 :tw V lim, ,. kg- . ' , 1',.7" ,. l a. v'a xl. S. H. S. BAND l-yt 1 4' L 4 '4'A ai. ' 'A lx ' 4. lAll " . v v Page 46 BB Ll If V M Le! to ugh! Allce Wllstrn Anna Morrrson Anna Pupxllo Marlon Snsson Miss Mary MLlllIDC! Faculty Adviser Grace Pellett Angellne Dlpollma CHEER LEADERS Stomngton Hrgh School RAH' RAI-I' RAI-I' Sounds luke these Coming from the Study Hall csery mornmg before school had begun told us th1t the cheer leaders were prattncnng for the buf, eames 'lhey practiced elrly Ind lite and shouted thtmselxes or losing, to keep up the hopes of the boys out on the held Reilly they hid 1 prrt nn mnnlng, the eunts themselses 'Ihey destrxe 1 xote of thanl-.s for th xxorlt they hue done 1nd we llilfflly FHL nt to them . v ' ' 1 Y F V - ' 4 Y D A Y K . - . . . . - 1 , . , - ' ' , ' , ,. , -g 4 4 1 ' A ' A 2 A, ' . N' . V .J hoarse at the games, whether the team was winning -' , - . . . .J . vs- . A ' 1 ', ' ' Q 4 L A " l V - '. BRUIN Page 47 1 'Jzta fl I '-25" Ill B Q inf f ff .... 1 P-f f , my 1 19' In 2 --af 'Qi' X ,- - 3 M 985 j 7 l f M ll Page48 BRUIN ,:.. ls: Le I What no gxrls' It s ln the bag Pop lntervnevs mth the Prmcrpal Rrchmond loses hrs head Charlotte and Mary Ellen gngglnng Mnss Lombardo tnckles the keys lr 'wc md Beverly f1ce the photographer Right Semors present The Arrxval of Reuben S H S chemnsts Study Hall-Only half there Stude ts Post grads Te1cher Iove vs so grand nn the sprmgtume' Our lrvdustrual Art sts -Iumors present In May with june Center Mass Nama Mnss Hull Mr Gr svsold Thomas Shackley jumor Presrdent Charles Tram Sophomore Presndent Dorothy Tay lor Artrst Leonard Lexus jerry Shea joseph Grllls Ronald Marsh Rxchard Grllen Artrst Estelle Thorp Robert Brannegan Marlorle Lamb Mxss Mullaney BRUIN Mi, K 4 Page 50 BRUIN I :ul rou le I in ugh! Lenard Reud Robert Brannegan Charles Ruppel john Gatchek Senect Allyn Anthony Campo james Spellman Robert Holly Second mu lei In ugh! Coach Muchlel Cronun Ernest Cruvunho Cocuptaun Duvud Austun Co captaun George Oak Cocapttun umes Fmuluo FOOTBALL Although uts record of two vuctorues and four de feats does not compare favorably wuth the record of some other Stonungton Hugh School football teams the 1936 edutuon of the Bears wull long be remembered as a fughtung team The boys took defeat wuth vuctory and came out luke smulung sports In every game Stonungton s backfueld shone Austun Oak and Emuluo proved a tough combunatuon to stop The lune whule not so strong was always fuull of scrap and even when outweughed gave as good as they receuved The hugh pount of the season came when Stonung ton the underdogs completely crushed the hughly rated Westerly Hugh Football team un one of the most startlung upsets of recent years agaunst Bulkeley who later won the Conference tntle Although outvueughed tvuenty pounds to the man Bulk eley found ut a dutfucult matter to score and had to be content wuth ekung out a 17 0 decusuon Wundhtm our nevt opponents got the breaks un a close game and barely nosed out Stonungton by the margun of .1 pount after touchdovun On October 31 Stonungton Hugh uourneyed to Mercer lueld but they were no mateh for Chupmtn Teeh und were soundly xsalloped to the tune of "1 6 Next came the Westerly game and wuth ut sweet revenge One thousand seven hundred spectators luned Craug Fueld and were amazed at the powerful runnung attack dusplayed by the Brown and Whute The funal score of 9 0 dud not begun to unducate the Bear s superuoruty After a few days rest the Cronun coached Bears played latch on the Tanager s home ground The Hrst half saw Futch holdung Stonungton un check even out playung them wuth theur complucated aerual plays But un the second half the Beats came back hard to wun The annual Thanksguyung Day classuc wuth West erly resulted un a Westerly wun The Bulldogs caught Stonungton nappung at the very start of the game and chalked up a safety and a touchdown The rest of the but un x un At the Iootball Banquet len Reud and Tony Cumpo vtere elected Co eaptauns for the 1937 season In regard to next years squad Coach Cronun enterung hus second year as the Bear mentor xxull hue fouur first team men left from the present team as a nucleus on uhuch to buuld hus squad and wuth the muuoruty of the second team returnung the prospects lt ak brught for neutt year s season Ahoye Vursuty Team opp page Full and Freshmen Teams :fix '. f " - ' . , . ' . ' . a ' . J I f A, - ty ,ly by L, 'Hy I. 3. 4- 1 u - , u Ja ,- . , - A ' - 1 , ' I y , N - a 1 f Vu I ' 1 7 A ' V ' . , . A D A V . , . Y' I . - , 5 a A ' y , . .h . ' ' - The boys opened the season at Mercer Field game saw Stonington pounding at the Westerly citadel, K , .' - . ' ' 4 , , , , ' , -U 1 O ' l - . , . , ' q I U . .Y . I 4 a- , . 1 4 x' . r Q' . . :'. y .. W yy 3 X- ', .1 Q IN Pagenl f Q X 0 Pagc52 Vxawgww vw Fnsi mu Ie 1 Io Hgh! Arthur Murano Francrs Prescott oseph Moosey Harry Mooney Horat o Aeurar james Crowley Second mu le! lo Hgh! Mmaeer Manuel Pont Assxstant Manager Stew lrt McKrnney Charles Andrews Ernest Cravmho john Gatchelt Captam Francis Balestraccx joseph Fretard Frank Battrstmr john McMahon Lours Kessler Coach Tabor Brow der Thzrd mu If 1 In rrghl Harry Moone Peter Iesnlewskr john Vrctorra Wrlllam Kennedy George Donch Davrd Shaw Thomls lord Farle 'Strachan Stephen Nasratkl Homer Trapp Henry BASEBALL Wanamaker The ey entual status that wrll be attained by Coach Tabor Browders baseball team rs uncertain as the BRUIN nears presstrme for the boys thus far hate partrcrpated rn only two games and are therefore a totally unknown quantrty The team opened the season at Ktllrngly Con nectrcut The Bears lxned up wrth George Donch be hmd the bat and Steye Nasratlta domg the twnrlrnyb Vletorm Andrews McMahon and Craymho comprrsed the mheld Captann Balestraccr Shaeleley and acle Gatchele rounded out the remainder of the team Kal lmgly managed to eome from behrnd and nose out Stonunvton m an extra mnmg ult The final seore w ts 8 7 On May 1 the Stonmgton Horse Hide Thumpers opened the Fastern Conne trcut C onference season by engasgrnv w nth Bullseley at Mereer I neld New London The Bullteley Hugh Nxne unleashed 1 l6hlt attaels th tt nneluded fue extra base blows to seore a one srded w n mer the Betts I5 3 jul. Cttehele wls the hrst vrctrm of the Bullteley onset They banged hum for four runs rn the first mnmg four more rn the thrrd and two tn the fourth before Coach Brow der yanked htm out rn favor of Steye Nasratka The relref hurler tronal fTClClll'lg of Captam Frank Balestraccl rn center Held was a redeeming feature of the Bear s play H baeleed to the fenee three times to pull down hlts that were labeled for extra bases It remams to be seen whether or not Coach Brow der wrll suceeed In snappmg Stonmgton Hugh out of the doldrums whlch Brown and White baseball teams haye been rn for the ptst two years Much wrll depend upon the sueeess of speed ball artrst jack Gatchels and the hrttrng of Vretona Shacltley and Balestraccl If he rs able to accredlt hrmself on the mound and they contmue wrth the same battmg dnsplay that they haye shown an praetlee Stomneton stands the possn blltty of h lung .1 good season 'X7T.'e?7"H,a:i"'l.lfI..1 ,, as A s . 'L - -- 1 ' A Y - A -. . ,l .' 1 , ' ' K y by L K V' . , y, .5 T. f ' - 4 y . ' f 1 at ' 1, 1, 3 7 7 'l 1 A V - v v 1 Y - . allowed Eve runs rn the last four mmngs. The sensa- I l - Y. 4 1 . 4 44 I 41 1 A ' . C , .va I ' . Y ,. -.4 1. .. ' - V ' -A It 7 Y. . 4 V. a 4 4 f '4 . , , . . ' y W . ' f -. - V ' . ' , . - . BRUIN Page53 W I zz It I In 1 gh! Irnest Santos Demetrros Traggrs Chtrles Crmdall Mmager Ros trxo Lom b rdo Freder ck Rrvers Tracy West Yale Gordon Setwnf mu lt 1 lu ugh! Coach George H Foley r Rlchtrd Morm Dtvrel Klddy john Danthey Fdw 1rd Miller Captain DlVld Austrn Charles Perry Salutore Grills Robert Lrannegtn Chtrles lrtnt Coach Mrchxel Cromn If fd mn le! to ugly! Gertrd Watts oseph Tudxseo Mzlton Mryntrd bvcon Hxrseh Chtrles Rlppel Stulrt Cllrk Vernon Hauschrld Fdw 1rd Wrllmelm Dontll Sheldon TRACK As the BRLINI goes to press Coach George H Foley r s great track and field team has not com pleted 1ts extensne schedule Last year the track squad was rated the best rn the school s hrstory The 1937 edrtron howexer brds to surpass exen the sensatronal record of last years team In exery meet thus far Stonington has competed on an equal basrs wrth schools that far outstrlp the Brown and White rn student en rollment and athletic equrpment Nevertheless the Bears testify to the efliclent eoaehmg of Mr Foley by scormg trrumphs ow er therr opponents About etght members of the Bear squad journeyed 760 mlles to Bowdorn College Marne March 70 Competrng wxth forty of the strongest schoolboy teams IU New England they came out ln sexenth place Austtn took first rn the shotput and Bob Brannegan took second place In the hugh jump In the Indoor meet at Wesleyan College the Foley coached group cox ered themselxes wnth glory by etpturmg thnrd place The trlelt term walloped Chapman Tech 8714, to 2512 on Aprrl 16 on the new track at the Athletlc Freld At thus meet Dave Austm scored more polnts mdmdually than dtd the entire Chapman Tech squad The Connecticut Relay Carnn al saw varrous mem bers of the track team turn ln record breaking per formances Three records were shattered Brannefvan set a new mark rn hrs specralty the high jump Mlller rn the hurdles and Austm rn the drscus At the same trme btomngton s cracle relay team composed of Trant Danahey Morln and Austm was awarded 1 plaque for wmmng first place rn the 440 Other meets scheduled are the Rhode Island Inter scholastrcs a dual meet with Fltch and the Connectreut State meet The standout performer of the track squad rs genral well lrleed Captam Daxe Austrn Austin has featured tn ew ery meet competmg rn a xarnety of events and exeellrng nn the shotput and hurdles It rs fanrly safe to wager that the team will retain the Cltss B tntle they won last ye tr lift ry '. 1 -1 ., ' , "V, ,z . 1 , t " .2 - . . f 7 ' . ,Ja 1 , L ', ' 1 , 1 V. I 4 1' . I I 1 g' F. y, ' ' . W, . . , . , . ,. . ., - 'a , z a ,-' 4 . wr ' ', f 'K -- a ' wr . 1. ,Q ' .. 1 4 , A ' S , . fa ' , rt. - . . , . f , , .. . . , X V 3 7 - - ' v . A I , . . U , ,joe s , y a . , , ' ' 1 r r ' 3 Y 7 Y A 1 L V . 1- y , -- . . , . a w ' A - . , . ' , e ' . 'L t4', ,Qef ' ' ' I. 'I . ' L" '. '. ' ,. . A - Page 54 B li I' I N I tl mn le I ru 1 gb! Raymond Perkms Henry Wheeler Saly ltore Gr lls Captzun Alfred Mmer X tlter Marshall Seermd mn fe IIU Ilgfl Vernon H lUNCl'lllCl Rly monel Mlrtmontes oseph TUCllSCCJ Mrlton Mlynlrd TFIDCIS l rmneeln Wtllrrrmm Kenyon Ros 1r1o Iomblrdo btmley Monty 'llmtl mz le! In ugly! X lle Gordon Chtrles Cmley M mleer Don tld Txylor Cotch T Allen C,rouch len 1rd Reld Robert follms CROSS CCDUNTRY A new star Alfred Mmer appeared this year to lead the scrappy harrner squad coached by T Allen C roueh ln dual meets the bears ran well but failed to take a uctory Much eredlt lb due to the boys how ever, who eame out and gaxe thelr ttme and energy to thus sport It rs regrettable that rn spnte of the faet that Stomngton students malee up the team thu 1 member of the faculty eoaches xt and that the term Itself sports the sehool name one eould not refer nn mended the home meets IH the plst yelr exeept by tn mthmetnetl mdureetnon nov torbndden by the Booleleeeplng Deptrtment 'lhere were three meets on the sehedule One dual meet xx nth XVesterly another mth C htpmm 'I eeh and the tnnutl myrtttnon eontest tt Conneetueut State College Storrs 5tonlngton lost the hrst dull meet of the sexson to Westerly by tyery elose store On October 73 the Chapman Tech htll and dalers don ned the Boroughntes, 73 to 3? Mmer of Ston nngton led the field all the may but lost first pltee when he strayed from the Nevs London eourse The Bear s bl day was ID the Stlte meet when they finished the hrst of all class B te tms md eaptured fourth plaee rn 1 held that xncluded the tvselye best sehoolboy teams rn Connectreut The squad members who reeenyed letters were C rllls lrlnels Brtnnegtn Wftlter M trshtll Rty Mutt mo nes 1ndDon1ldT1ylor Mxnlger Il t' e mxterlil thlt le t from INS ye seutd ue expeet 1 tetm th tt nn the future xull me my sehool stuff eompetrtlon At the tootbtll and eross eountry bmeyuet at wxhleh sleepy lm Crowley of lordhtm xy is the mam spetleer Ylle Gordon yy is eleeteel to mtntge the lull md dtlers lor the tommy season - 4. 1 Aff 3. f v A . ' e 4, ' ' -, fa ' ' 5 ' . . f' ' ', f " J -- 1 I b . 2 ' 4 1 I . I 4 ' . , :L la - 'L , 'f -1 ' ' , SL ' . L , .1 " '. ' " ' :', f " 1 'a T . a 1 ' ', 1 t' 4 1' , Q L . ' Y 1 A l 4 a h A - 7 A 1 A 4 . 4 7 . . V v ' '- Y -' v 2 W . A ' ' , , ' ' ' ' , ' 1 ' f , , v. . ' A U' 4 ', V, A ' 4 4 A I ' -A A I , - , 1, ,' ' , . v . '- 'U Y ' . 1 . ,. . D ' ' ' ' ' 'f , a L . ' V 1 A n ' ' " ' A' - ' ' A ' ' 7 ' 4 4 I 4 L' L 4 Y st., 'A 4 4 ' V 2 the plural to the supporters of the team that have Alfred Miner, Henry Wfheeler, Ray Perkins, Salvatore L - ' - ' ' 1, ' 2' :. 4 'L , Q - , 1' 'L- . 1' ' , 'l n ' ' A 124 1 L' , as '. . A - 1 A . XVil .14 4 1 'L 1 is 'f ' l -ar's . . v. - - ' ' -T ' ,' ' ' '. ' .1 l Q , V' '.' ' T 1 'L e y ' ', V S, 'A . ri Q 'V' U" "' : . 'L' ' 'f Page55 Le I All Amencan jxm Spellman Steve takes a cut Zardle and Mac movsmg a lawn 230 pound Stoncvs all Gatchek Dave and joe take the hurdles ln Cerner Makmg a mound out of molehllls Doc Creelman to the re cue Tnme out for Stomng.,tun Get that man' The charge of the Second Team What ll the nc-'ct play be buys' The Managers dzsh thc dlrt A foul nn the making, Rzqgbr Bob Holly Shwrkey Fr:-tard H wt nt lxd' ln lme fur the dmcui rccord Grnlls .md Mmcr llppnng., up thc l.1 S st lap irafx. I ' 4 Page56 BRUIN rf' Y 5 viii Le t Oh say Can you svsrng Vrctorra Burn rt IU I can take rt Ho hum first agarn Dane Hard at work' Gatchek cluuts a homer Center Trmrng the hundred Emrho throws a pass Our trrumvrrs Austrn Emlho Oa The water boys Bunny Pop and Champ In the huddle Nrce lump Danno Right Captarn Balestraccr rn the weeds How about a homer Trrpp Bob s strll up rn the arf McMahon covers the hot corner ust .ake la I Y I N Page 'E "tri il W JA-G. :- T ..- .... f ... 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N , B111 IN de6 Serve IF O O Gernera1I Ilee Cream Cerporautron FO THE SUCCESSFUL ODUCTION OF YEAR BOOKS MANY YEARS OF PLATE MAKING FOR SATISFIED COLLEGES AND P HIGH SCHOOLS COVERING NEW ENGLAND I CONFERENCES ARRANGED BETWEEN EDITORIAL BOARDS AND THE HEADS OF OUR DEPARTMENTS 20 MATHEWSON ST PROVIDENCE RI II IE CREAM 5- The Rwersrtile Press fl Sb I I Bttttr Pnnttnv Typeurlttr Salts Serucc Rtntals Soctal ancl Bustntss Stattoncry Qfflce Supplies Fountain Pans Grating Carols for All Occaszons Stamps for Collectors Arttst Colors anal Suppltts 185 7 1937 MYCO Floor Prooluets for 80 years MasursyfYoung Company 76 Roland St Boston, Mass f-A NEW LNGLAND INSTITUTION" Everything for Complete Floor Maintenance of Halls, Churches, Sthools, Rectories and Convents 'Q bw ll li I ' I N 1 1 f' 0 l , x 5 l l l '- X 5 x .l."1- XX Q iff?- ' A 23:3 . f!Ngn -ri- Ar llc Sign of the Clipper Slrip - M55 ic, Conn. J 'I . . l . J I l. I D 6 . . , , . . J . J . W . J J 9 . . . .J w l s r . l 1 ks 4 X X I . ' A l r r 1, l l , i'I IL Bryant College Provnlence, Rhode Island Bcautnfully located on campus m exclusnve r zlent l dxstnct thxs out standmg col e ofrcrs exceptxonal two year ml rec cox 5 s m Bus nes Admm nstrntxon Pc o,mL ncy Pxnance, and x 1 11 Tram ng Also 1 year Inzcnsxve Secretarnal Courses Co eel E rectum: Placement Serwre Splerrlxd call e bl ldmgs Gym Dor mntc les 73 u ye r begms September 37 s on bcgms july 6 A new 4 yc1r me-rcxal Teacher T axnmg Course ax D owed by the State Director of Educat m of Rhode Island wnll also begun m Sep ton' Catalog and Vxew Book mauled free upon request Address Dxrcctor of Admlssxons Provndence Rhode I and QQTQ when TIYIRJIB' The Manners Sawmgs Bank Connectlcut fu--S+ 1 IHIllIlllIll9IlIS of XV M H Casey Q LICENSED CLEANING CLEAN El los blfllllll Proprletor Cleamng and Dyeing of Rugs, Draperles, Furs and Wearmg Apparel We Guarantee Satlsfactlon Phones 2199 4896 183 183 Ma1nSt We-sterlx R I v . 3 l lx I N Lge . 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